RUN RICHARD RUN
Richard will compete in a 24-hour race to run as many miles as he can. His goal is to finish 100 miles.
Richard will be running to raise money and awareness for a non-profit, Promise for Haiti. Any funds raised will go specifically to feed the 2,200 students in their schools. Many of the students are underfed and need our help!
The race is in Lebanon, TN. It will start on Saturday April 1st at 8 am and finish Sunday morning the 2nd at 8 am.
WAYS TO GET INVOLVED
Please check all the ways you are willing to get involved:
$10.00 $5.00 $1.00 Other amount $___________
About Promise for Haiti
Promise for Haiti exists to demonstrate the love of Jesus Christ by partnering with, and investing in,
Purpose for this run
As of now we have 9 schools and 2,200 students that are underfed. The single meal provided to our students may be the only meal they receive all day. Nutrition is also paramount to education and the children's ability to participate and learn while in school. Help Richard, as he actively searches to get our kids fed.
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The gift of hope is the best gift of all.
Your generosity can make a difference in a child or a family's life. Where so little means so much!
Donating a gift of charity in someone’s name is the perfect and priceless gift. Honor a family member, friend, colleague or client. Whether a gift for him, a gift for her or a gift for a family, it changes the lives of others and spreads the joy of the season. Dedicate your tax deductible gift this year.
Promise for Haiti has proudly been working in Haiti for over 35 years and over 94% of funds raised, go directly to the programs benefitting the Haitian children and families.
What can you do? Donate a gift.
Types of gifts your donation could provide children and families.
3 Months of Pencils
School Books for 5 Students
A Child's Visit to the Dentist
School's Meals For A Month
"We sponsored a child’s education this year and my 8 year-old son is so proud of knowing he is helping a child. It has given my husband and I the opportunity to demonstrate to our young children the importance of helping others in this world, in a way they understand and can get involved. This is a valuable life lesson for our own children at home and is life-changing for our sponsored child."
- Amy, Chicago, IL